RAW aka 6blocc, AUDIO 1, CTJ, Robin Weber
Soundpieces and Factual Music and The Great Northern are proud to present the one and only RAW aka 6Blocc!!!
>>RAW aka 6Blocc (Los Angeles)
>>Chris The Junglist
R.A.W. aka 6BLOCC is known for his relentless techniques behind the wheels of steel. Getting his start back in 1985, this dj is no amateur when it comes to tuntablizm. He was already battling local djs in Los Angeles before the modern dj culture was even created. In 1988 he made his move into the hip hop game with 2 vinyl releases under the name PROJECT X which featured Brooklyn MC, SILKSKI.
By the mid-90's R.A.W. was traveling all over the world rocking crowds with his signature sound of urban jungle choonz and b-boy turntable tactics. In 1997, R.A.W. would go on to win the West L.A. Music Dj Battle judged by Dj Quik.
Located at The Great Northern!!!
119 Utah St, San Francisco, CA 94103
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SOUNDPIECES has had its hands in organizing top notch events, making art, and weaving webs since 2006. Join us to discover the newest of musical formulas, hosted in the most ideal and sophisticated atmospheres we can find. We are not genre specific, we are quality specific. Soundpieces is famed for showcasing diverse high-end bass music and rare international acts including Diplo, Addison Groove, Aphrodite, Kode 9; and many for their very first time in the Bay Area such as Hudson Mohawke, Mount Kimbie, Rustie, Shlohmo, Nicola Cruz, Caspa, and Joker to name a few. We've been hosting the only diverse bass music "weekly" in San Francisco every Tuesday for over 4 years. With our expansion to LA, we are building within our community to develop one of west coast's premier sources to have top shelf experiences with quality electronic music.
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